Table of contents for Seventeenth-century art & architecture / Ann Sutherland Harris.

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CONTENT PAGE
Preface viii 
INTRODUCTION XII
Politics, Religion, and Art xii
The Economics of Art xiii
Geography, Cosmology, and Astronomy xiv
Concepts of the Body, Ancient and Modern xvi
Education and Literacy xvii
Artists' Changing Status and Training xviii
New Subjects, New Genres xix
Transforming the Renaissance and "Baroque" Art xxii
1	ITALY 1
The Decline of Mannerism 3
Architecture and City Planning in Rome, 1585/1625 4
Bolognese Painting: The Carracci Reform 7
Painting in Rome, 1585/1610 20
Annibale Carracci in Rome, 1595/1609 23
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio 33
Caravaggio's Italian Followers 50
The Carracci Succession in Rome and Bologna 56
Architecture and City Planning in Rome, 1625/1680 78
Italian Sculpture 85
Gian Lorenzo Bernini's Early Career 86
Bernini, Algardi, and the Portrait Bust 91
The Competition: Alessandro Algardi and Francesco Duquesnoy 94
Bernini and Urban VIII 98
Algardi and Bernini during the Papacy of Innocent X 108 
Painting in Rome, 1623/1680 113
Pietro da Cortona 113
Andrea Sacchi 120
Pietro da Cortona in Florence and Rome 123
Carlo Maratta 125
Giovanni Battista Gaulli (Il Baciccio) 127
Painting in Naples 134
2	FLANDERS 143
Peter Paul Rubens 145
Rubens in Italy, 1600/1608 148
Rubens in Antwerp, 1609/1622 152
Rubens, Diplomat and Artist, 1622/1630 165
Rubens's Last Decade, 1630/1640 169
Anthony van Dyck 174
Van Dyck in England and Italy, 1621/1627 176
Van Dyck's Second Antwerp Period, 1627/1632 180
Van Dyck in England, 1632/1641 182
Jacob Jordaens 186
Still-Life Genre Painters 190
3	SPAIN 199
Spanish Architecture 200
Spanish Sculpture 202
Spanish Painting, 1600/1650 207
Jusepe de Ribera 208
Francisco de Zurbar¿n 216
Diego Vel¿zquez in Seville 224
Vel¿zquez in Madrid, 1623/1648 227
Vel¿zquez in Italy, 1648/1651 236
Vel¿zquez in Madrid, 1651/1660 236
Spanish Painting, 1650/1700 240
Bartolom¿ Esteban Murillo 240
Juan de Vald¿z Leal and Claudio Coello 248
4	FRANCE 251
Architecture and City Planning 252
Paris: The Pont-Neuf, Places Dauphine and Royale and the Palais du Luxembourg 252
Paris under Richelieu and Mazarin: 1630/1660 255
Expansion under Louis XIV; The Louvre and Versailles 260 
French Sculpture 264
Pierre Puget 265
Fran¿ois Girardon and Antoine Coysevox 267
French Painting and Printmaking 270 
Simon Vouet 270
Valentin de Boulogne 275
Georges de la Tour 276
Simon Vouet's Successors 279
Philippe de Champaigne 281
Nicolas Poussin in Paris and Rome 285
Poussin after 1630 291
Poussin and Landscape Painting 301
Poussin's Last Works 304
Claude Lorrain and French Landscape Painting 307
Charles Le Brun and the Academy 315
5	THE DUTCH REPUBLIC 323
Haarlem and the Creation of a Dutch National Style 325
The Haarlem Mannerists 325
The Utrecht "Caravaggisti" 327
Frans Hals and Dutch Portraiture 331
Town Planning and Architectural Developments in Haarlem and Amsterdam 339
Painting in Amsterdam 345
Rembrandt van Rijn and his School 346
Rembrandt's Early Years in Leiden 346
Rembrandt in Amsterdam 348
Rembrandt's Self-Portraits 353
Rembrandt in Amsterdam, 1639/42 356
Rembrandt's Landscape Prints and Drawings 358
Rembrandt after 1642 361
Rembrandt's Artistic Heirs 368
Dutch Genre Painting before 1650 368
Judith Leyster 370
Dutch Genre Painting after 1650 373
Johannes Vermeer 379
Jan Steen 388
Landscape Painting before 1650 391
Early Tonal Landscape Painting 391
Landscape Painting after 1650 394
6	ENGLAND 401
English Painting before van Dyck 402
Portrait Painting in England after van Dyck 403
Palladianism and Architectural Planning in London 408
Inigo Jones 408
Christopher Wren 410
EPILOGUE 416
Notes 421
Timeline 422
Bibliography 426
Picture Credits 430
Index 431

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Art, European -- 17th century.
Art, Baroque -- Europe.
Architecture -- Europe -- 17th century.
Architecture, Baroque -- Europe.